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Top ad agency Droga5 just fired its chief creative officer, Ted Royer

Just two days after ad agency Droga5 had placed chief creative officer Ted Royer on leave, pending an internal investigation, Royer has been fired. The agency has not commented on the reasons behind the investigation, but said in a statement, “We are committed to maintaining a safe and inclusive environment for all our employees. We … Continue reading “Top ad agency Droga5 just fired its chief creative officer, Ted Royer” Just two days after ad agency Droga5 had placed chief creative officer Ted Royer on leave, pending an internal investigation, Royer has been fired.
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